Here we are near the end of 2018 and I simply cannot believe how fast this year went. Over the past few days I have been in dialogue and open discussions with my team about 2019. As I always say, “A Dream Is A Goal With A Deadline.”
This morning I saw this post from one my favorite bloggers. What was the topic? How to make your blog the best it can be in 2019.
The ability to Think, to live Zen, and to use discernment is something that the majority of humanity cherishes in my view. Don’t allow the A.I. of social media systems to ruin your real interactions with the real world. This blog post from Joel Latto may help.
I’m an information addict, no doubt, but then again isn’t that the case for the most of us these days? The thing is that unlike (unfortunately) most of us, whenever I find something especially interesting/intriguing online, I dig deep and go for the original source – behind the scenes, so to say, in order to see what really is under the polished end-product, which is fed to the masses.
The Internet has indeed made the creating, consuming, sharing and searching for information easier than ever before, but it has not done so without consequences. The openness of the Internet has lots of debatable downsides, ranging from cyber terrorism to illegalized peer networks, but although many of those regularly gain flashy headlines, I’m writing about an issue that is often ignored: the quality and the worthiness of the data itself.
Here’s more of what I think about “nation building”…
I have written several topics about “nation building” and black people’s obsession with group economics (link 1, link 2, link 3, link 4 & link 5). And to keep it real simple, in order for you to build, create and sustain any society – regardless of gender, race or geographical location – you would have to enslave certain groups of people. Particularly those whom you either don’t like or think are incapable of making “right” choices, even if those choices are just to ego-stroke those who have an inferiority complex. I know I’m repeating myself, but some people are slow. Others just don’t talk about this harsh reality of “nation building”.
Here’s the thing about people reducing themselves to John Henry folktales and community servicemen trying to fix society’s problems, under the assumption that it would…
After being off of FaceBook for months and months, I am now trying a new social media platform Hub.Life
You have a voice! You should be heard! Social media titans like Facebook and Twitter have a stranglehold on their users. They got people hooked on the massive platforms and then began to decide what content they were allowed to see, share, or post. Bottom line, if you don’t agree with their narrative, they will block, restrict, jail, and shadow-ban you. It’s time to fight back!
Hubbook’s mission is to provide an alternative social media platform, free from the barriers that are present in today’s massive networks. Unlike the tech-titan controlled networks who decide what people are allowed to see, Hubbook users are in control of their own experience.
People are encouraged to use Hubbook to make new friends in addition to connecting with current friends, family, and associates. Hubbook also allows page building to promote businesses, organizations, and ideas. Group creation allows communities to be built whereby people can meet, coordinate efforts, exchange ideas, or simply engage in a common fellowship. Direct messaging ensures personal private conversation between users.
While Hubbook maintains a code of decency, its creators do not violate personal privacy nor do they block real users from sharing information solely because they were reported by someone who was “offended”.
Aside from treating people with dignity and respect, Hubbook simply does not have a narrative to promote. So, come join the conversation and stay connected.
This Thanksgiving we have so much to be thankful, grateful and blessed when it comes to my daughter. Now that she is out of danger I am comfortable in sharing with you what happened since here healing.
One, my daughter never has to be on anti-depressants again.
Two, my Mrs. and me get to take care of her and she does not have to live in a group home.
Three, even though we had a 5150, the court investigator visited our home, gave us a clean bill of health and we didn’t lose her. The court investigator was sincerely impressed with how well my
After the court visited us we had our annual visit from my Daughter’s social worker. Currently, the lady who represents my daughter to the court has 400 cases and she openly explained that most of her clients have no family at all.
The social worker shared with us that in her opinion her cases where there is no medication taken, do substantially better and function better.
I found this on the internet and wanted to share it with you my kind readers and followers:
“Just because you cant see something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.
There is invisible energy you cant see such as the wind.
You can only see the effect of the wind, but you cant see the wind.
The wind is a invisible energy.
There’s a invisible energy that you use when you use a remote control to control your tv. Or think about how your phone works, how is it that you can talk to someone thousands off miles away, because there is invisible energy that you could only see the effects of this invisible force and so it is with consciousness a invisible energy that exists.”